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felon

1
Criminal law (formerly) a person who has committed a felony

felon

2
a purulent inflammation of the end joint of a finger, sometimes affecting the bone
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Nice Jewish Felon is the true-life memoir of author Michael Eliot Mehler.
The previous arrest was for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and for transportation of marijuana.
In many of these states, including Alaska, minority groups are disproprtionately affected by these felon disenfranchisement laws.
Teixeira was booked in to the Lane County Jail on charges of eluding police by vehicle, eluding police on foot, reckless driving, reckless endangering, misdemeanor driving while suspended, felon in possession of a restricted weapon (a double-edged knife), and possession of methamphetamine, and outstanding felony warrants for felon in possession of a firearm, theft and driving while suspended, and a parole violation for felon in possession of a firearm.
The internet has found its new "prison bae" after the mugshot of a "hot" felon named Mirella Ponce goes viral.
Hot felon Jeremy Meeks, 33, proves it's definitely a case of who you know as he poses in a Topshop window in Los Angeles.
Felon disenfranchisement is one of the greatest threats to our democracy and to our human rights.
Jeff Manza, a professor of sociology at New York University and author of the 2006 book Locked Out: Felon Disenfranchisement and American Democracy.
A felon is anyone convicted of a felony--a crime that usually involves theft or violence, or both.
Estimates put the total felon population, those in and out of prison, at roughly 20 million.
The year Ghent stood before Bush at the podium, the consequences of felon disenfranchisement were particularly profound.